SuperDuperKyle Has a Marvelous Friendship With This Superhero Actor

By Paige Strout Oct 14, 2022 4:11 PMTags
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SuperDuperKyle (a.k.a. Kyle Thomas Henry) may not be an actual superhero, but he is friends with one.

Over the last few years, the "iSpy" rapper, has dipped his toes in the world of acting, most recently appearing in the Russo Brothers' 2021 film Cherry alongside Spider-Man himself, Tom Holland.

"That's my dog, man," Kyle exclusively told host Austin J. Mills on E! News' digital series DRIVE!. "Me and Tom, bro, that's my guy." In the film—which also stars Ciara Bravo and Michael Gandolfini—Kyle plays Roy, one of Cherry's (Holland) friends.

And while the 29-year-old always knew he wanted to go into music from a young age, he never thought he would venture into acting—with one of the world's most famous superheroes, no less.

"I never imagined that," he shared. "But bro, the world works in very mysterious ways."

Not only is Kyle a big superhero fan, but he strives to be one in real life, using music as his superpower. While driving around in his Porsche 911, he told Austin that his fans' reactions to his songs are what drives him to succeed.

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"You can look on their face and see that this has changed their day and potentially even changed their entire life," he shared. "The energy that I would get back from them was keeping me going. And then, I started channeling that into music and started trying to make all my music about overcoming sadness and being super happy."

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"You can do anything," he continued. "You can be anything. You're a literal superhero." And helping people be their own heroes is what led him to choose the stage name SuperDuperKyle.

Find out what surprising items Austin found in the glove compartment of Kyle's car in the full clip above.

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